Not so long ago, Kendall Jenner and Pepsi came under fire for releasing a protest-inspired ad. The campaign was branded as tasteless, and folks accused Pepsi on trying to cash in on hot-button events like #BlackLivesMatter or the Women鈥檚 March. After the backlash, Pepsi pulled the ad and issued an apology. Welp, now it seems like one luxury fashion brand learned nothing from all that controversy.

Ports 1961 is taking a lot of heat for their cringe-y Spring 2018 line, which they鈥檝e been sharing on their Instagram and Twitter pages. The clothing incorporates plays on the Black Lives Matter name, including 鈥淓very Color Matters鈥 and 鈥淥nly Love Matters,鈥 as well as images of raised fists.

While some Twitter users were happy to see the clothing line being 鈥渄edicated鈥 to the movement, the majority of others insisted it missed the mark and echoed the All Lives Matter counter-movement.

Ports 1961 has yet to respond to the criticism.

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(h/t Teen Vogue; photos via Ports 1961/Instagram)